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  • 85.
    The Poem of Spring

    When the trees flower pink and white
    filigree, and the sleeping
    god comes back to life

    here, where our mountains preside
    so drably much of the year

    now, when the walls of our valleys
    are so green, green, green on all sides,
    and our eyes see easy

    before Nature gets carried away
    and squeezes out too much Fire
    and it all burns dead again,

    you want to pin it
    down with your pen
    so it will never slip away,

    this elixir,
    this secret,

    for there's nothing
    I could ever seek
    beyond this Spring

    spreading inside me,
    flooding my veins forever. read more »

  • 86.
    Much More Than Love

    Much more than green looks the sea in your twinkling eye,
    Much more than salty are your eyes in the sea transgress,
    Much more than green are leaves floating on waves to die,
    In green waves, green eyes searched the beauty of loneliness. read more »

  • 87.
    Green, Greener

    Our world is green.

    Greener is the earth
    when more trees are planted
    Greener is the garden read more »

  • 88.
    Summer’s Dance (Pantoum)

    Summer rainbow's ribbon still stretches in the blue rain
    As green snakes dance to the tune of charmers jazz flutes
    Blue butterflies chase velvety bumble bees singing duets in vain
    Summer laughs around red velvety roses and green fruits read more »

  • 89.
    I am So Green

    Leaves so green
    I remain in the environment, where nature speaks to me
    As I am a green plant, so alive in my form
    Love, I am supposed to spread read more »

  • 90.

    The woods beckon
    So green
    So deep
    nature has woken read more »

  • 91.

    Who coloured the green trees?
    Who coloured the green grass?
    Who coloured the green hills?
    How about my green spider plant? ? read more »

  • 92.

    Green is the colour of the mangroves at my holiday batch
    Green is the feeling of happiness
    Green is the colour of the tall oak trees
    Green is the sound of crickets buzzing in the summer season read more »

  • 93.
    make grass green on your side

    Grass is always green on the other side
    But one has to know the other side, to see, weather how green the grass really is?

    If you’re trapped then you can feel life in a shell read more »

  • 94.
    Go Green, Soylent Green

    It’s matter of fact that earth is going green,
    From major corporations to the fluorescent household light bulb,
    To the way of life that is to be seen,
    After death going green is already in progress for funeral parlors in the UK, read more »

  • 95.
    The Red past and the Green future

    The story of red past is a tragedy full of nobility
    It’s the history of eternal faces
    The history of an unfair war
    That now happens due to tar read more »

  • 96.
    Kyrielle Sonnet: From Winter to Spring

    Alas! When winter left the world so bare,
    with trees and plants denied of their welfare,
    the birds begged God to change the sordid scene:
    Spring sprung a surprise making landscape green! read more »

New Green Poems

  1. In the Green are Emotions, Rohit Sapra
  2. Green Fangs, GRANT FRASER
  3. Green, Leo Divine
  4. Green, Yvette Lee
  5. Green is my theme, Happy Place
  6. I Love The Color Green, sherif monem
  7. Broccoli Boy, yvette smith
  8. Green Red and Blue, sherif monem
  9. Green, Alexis Pacheco
  10. Green: The Color... [Green Things], Bri Edwards
  11. Those Green Eyes, Asra Parvez
  12. Green So Exquisite [REVISED], Margaret Alice Second
  13. Green Eyed Princess, Suzanna Chevalier
  14. The Big Green Melon, cameron weedon
  15. Greens In The Kettle Gal, Atty Davis
  16. Green, Greener, Elizabeth Padillo Olesen
  17. Green In The Fields, chisomo kumwanje
  18. Mongolian Green Baby Bottoms...[Mongolia.., Bri Edwards
  19. Final Door......., karen sinclair
  20. The Green Above The Red, Thomas Davis
  21. GREEN, A Litany, Jay Mandeville
  22. *Green In The Eye (Two), Abdul Wahab
  23. Green, Oluseyi Oluseun
  24. The Greens Of These Trees These Leaves, Shalom Freedman
  25. Green Delight, sara winters
  26. Year 2012, Nyein Way
  27. In Lavender And Green, Greg Davidson
  28. Green Eyed Prıncess, Suzae Chevalier
  29. GREEN EYED PRINCESS, Christina Sunrise
  30. Much More Than You, Marieta Maglas
  31. Much More Than Love, Marieta Maglas
  32. Summer’s Dance (Pantoum), Marieta Maglas
  33. Go Green, Livingston Ravi
  34. Green Rose, November Nelson
  35. How to make your wishes come true, Bhupen Thakker
  36. The Hospital Ship, W H Littlejohn
  37. The Green Woods Of Truagh, Anna Johnston MacManus
  38. A Glen Song, Anna Johnston MacManus
  39. metropolitanism in the country, Nyein Way
  40. Green Eyes, Ray Hansell
  41. The Green Thicket, Cicely Fox Smith
  42. Fall, Ryan Brooks
  43. Green fat, Mr. Bean
  44. Grass is Green, Gita Ashok
  46. Green, Alexander Blackmer
  47. When Green Leaves Come again, Dinah Maria Mulock Craik
  48. Emerald Green, Marieta Maglas
  49. As Ireland Wore the Green, Henry Lawson
  51. How Green Really is My Valley, Sakkthi Subramaniyam
  52. New For Old, Adrian Wait
  53. A Beautifying Color, Quincy Davis
  55. A NATURAL GREEN, Premila Patel
  56. The Green Dot, Mustafa Ghuneim
  57. Renda Writer - Colors, Renda Writer
  58. Oh! Green, Stay Green!, Valsa George
  59. Green, Green, and More Green, Autumn Howard
  60. The Rim Of Green, Is It Poetry
  61. White on Green, Anita Wisniewska
  63. How Many Shades Of Green, Shalom Freedman
  64. 'Green Bananas', Linda Winchell
  65. Green, mehedi faysal
  66. The Land Is Green, CHIKA OGBONNA
  67. And we will call it Britain, Egal Bohen
  68. Visit Malaysia Year Haiku - Cameron High.., john tiong chunghoo
  69. ode to the green grass of summer, RIC S. BASTASA
  70. Green, RIC S. BASTASA
  71. font color='green'Leaf/font, Geovanni Leaño
  72. Green, Stardasia Livngston
  73. The Magic Of The Green And Blues, Daniel Richards
  74. Green., Charles M. Moore
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